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First Aspens Then Cottonwoods – New Mexico

First the Aspens then Cottonwoods. The first leaves to change their color are the high elevation Aspen trees, closely followed by the lower in altitude Cottonwoods of the rivers and streams. New Mexico’s fall colors never disappoint, all one has … Continue reading

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Sandhill Cranes and Snow Geese

Sandhill Cranes and Snow Geese are just two of the migratory birds that frequent the Bosque del Apache National Wildlife Refuge of New Mexico. This is a “featured” image because of it’s popularity with the birders on Fine Art America. … Continue reading

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Bighorn Ram of the Rio Grande del Norte National Monument

The New Mexico Department of Game and Fish, working with the Bureau of Land Management and the Taos Pueblo, have augmented a population of Rocky Mountain Bighorn Sheep in the Rio Grande Gorge north of the Orilla Verde Recreation Area. … Continue reading

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The Moods of Cerro Pedernal

The Moods of Cerro Pedernal I guess one has to ask, can a mountain have a mood? For those of us who get to view Cerro Pedernal on a daily basis, we feel blessed. Now that’s a mood. (click on … Continue reading

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Adventure Motorcycle Ride Report – Big Bend National Park

With winter temperatures creeping in under the front door, snow flurries freezing the back of my neck and the winter sun not quiet warm enough, it became time to fly (ride) South with the Canada Geese. The Chihuahuan Desert had … Continue reading

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